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PowerEdge 1955 RAM Upgrade

Upgrading your Dell PowerEdge 1955 memory is the quickest and least expensive way to improve the life of your server in a matter of minutes. Installing the highest capacity memory modules in each memory socket will give you optimal speed improvements.

The PowerEdge 1955 server is designed to help reduce deployment, management, and maintenance complexity when the memory is upgraded to the maximum capacity that it can hold. The Dell PowerEdge 1955 has 8 memory sockets split into two sets of four sockets and operates on DDR2 Fully Buffered DIMMs (FBD). Optimize your PowerEdge 1955 Server and make it work for you in the most powerful way by upgrading with high-quality memory! Find the best RAM deal for your Dell PowerEdge 1955 by choosing your desired RAM size from the list below.

 

  • Select a Speed
  • Select a Size

Dell PowerEdge 1955 Memory Specs

  • # of Slots: 8
  • Max # DIMMS: 8X4GB 5300F
  • Max GB: 32GB 5300F
  • DIMMS Supported: 256-512MB/1-2-4GB

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Dell PowerEdge 1955 Memory Configuration

The 1955 is a Dual Processor system with 4 DIMM slots per CPU. There are two memory channels per CPU. Each memory channel manages two DIMM slots.Different speeds can be mixed but the modules will function at the slowest speed installed.

Cloud Ninjas' Dell PowerEdge 1955 Memory Upgrade Tips

  • The total number of DIMM slots for the 1955 is 8.
  • The PowerEdge 1955 will supports 256MB, 512MB, 1GB, 2GB, and 4GB Fully Buffered DIMMs (FBD) Modules.
  • The Maximum amount of RAM the PowerEdge 1955 server can hold is 32GB (4GB x 8) of Fully Buffered DIMMs (FBD) memory.
  • When purchasing new memory it is best to purchase identical memory modules to what your system already has. Your current server configuration will determine the supported DIMM type and speed.
  • Speed options for the PowerEdge 1955 are 533MHz or 667MHz depending on the type of memory configuration.
  • Think Long Term! Purchase the maximum amount that your PowerEdge 1955 can hold and avoid wasting time and money on modules you won't be able to use if you upgrade again.
  • The total number of memory modules that you should have in your PowerEdge 1955 should equal 2, 4, or 8. To properly configure your system, install a minimum of two memory modules first.
Dell PowerEdge R720 Memory

PowerEdge 1955 RAM Upgrade

Upgrading your Dell PowerEdge 1955 memory is the quickest and least expensive way to improve the life of your server in a matter of minutes. Installing the highest capacity memory modules in each memory socket will give you optimal speed improvements.

The PowerEdge 1955 server is designed to help reduce deployment, management, and maintenance complexity when the memory is upgraded to the maximum capacity that it can hold. The Dell PowerEdge 1955 has 8 memory sockets split into two sets of four sockets and operates on DDR2 Fully Buffered DIMMs (FBD). Optimize your PowerEdge 1955 Server and make it work for you in the most powerful way by upgrading with high-quality memory! Find the best RAM deal for your Dell PowerEdge 1955 by choosing your desired RAM size from the list below.

 

  • Select a Speed
  • Select a Size

Dell PowerEdge 1955 Memory Specs

  • # of Slots: 8
  • Max # DIMMS: 8X4GB 5300F
  • Max GB: 32GB 5300F
  • DIMMS Supported: 256-512MB/1-2-4GB

Contact Cloud Ninjas today to help compare your options
View the Dell PowerEdge 1955 Technical Guide.